Liam Lane

Liam was born and bred in London, England until he recently packed his bags and flew the nest for America and New York City. Since arriving Liam has been flying through the air and running through walls at off-broadway's Fuerzabruta where he is currently Dance Captain. But, despite the high octane thrills of Fuerza he trained classically at Bretton Hall Drama School in the North of England and developed a love for both the physical and more naturalistic sides of performance. These attributes have often been seen side by side in roles such as Caliban and Alonso in the Tempest, D'artagnan in 'The Three Musketeers' and Romeo in Romeo and Juliet. Liam got his first taste for acting at the ripe old age of six when he "convincingly" played an old man in The Golden Goose. He then upped his acting chops at nine playing Macbeth and the career path was cemented. Since those fledgling days he has worked all over the UK, Germany and Poland in Theatre, Film, Television and Commercials and has gained notice for his transformative qualities. Before leaving for the states Liam worked as an actor, ambassador and teaching artist at the Unicorn Theatre in London. He brings with him a passion for ensemble based work. Liam has too many artistic influences to mention so here are just a few from the top of his head: James Thieree, Mark Rylance, Kathryn Hunter, Oliver Reed, Tennesee Williams, Arthur Miller, Shakespeare, Dickens, Alexander Dumas, Buster Keaton, The Marx Brothers, Hayo Miyazaki, Brecht, Theatre De Complicite and Spike Jonze. In his spare time he likes to stay closely tuned to developments in modern philosophy, technology and the environment. He is an avid follower of English football (soccer) and also enjoys cycling and table tennis. Other than that he dabbles in photography, cooking, design and live music.